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Evolution Summit

20 Oct 2014 - 22 Oct 2014 - Monte-Carlo, Monaco



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This summit will be discussing the issues and challenges the pharmaceutical industry is currently facing, pertaining to getting drugs to market. Attendee titles include the heads of clinical operations, trials, research, and project management, as well as vendor outsourcing. These attendees will be coming from mid-size Pharmaceutical, biopharma and biotech companies within the European market. Along with key sessions discussing relevant and timely topics, there will be an opportunity to have individual meetings between the attendees and vendors. These solution provider’s categories include contract research, clinical data management, clinical monitoring and central laboratory services.

For more information about this event, please contact: Jennifer Keljik | marketing manager | +1.312.540.3000 x6592 | j.keljik@marcusevansch.com 




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